|Beach Plastic (BP) = Plastic Beach - Telekinetica|
Beach Plastic (BP) = Plastic Beach A video I mashed up to bring awareness to the carelessness of those involved in the BP oil spill, the Great Atlantic and Pacific Garbage Patch, and the the role plastic and oil share in cluttering up our oceans. Music is Gorillaz Plastic Beach
Keywords: bp halliburton
|Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton, late Chief Justice of the Province of Nova Scotia - Hill, George W. (George William), 1824-1906|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Halliburton, Brenton, 1775-1860
|proud to be an american|
a graphic depitction of the war and the effects on the children. god bless the usa theme
Keywords: iraq war children bush halliburton
Downloads: 1,436 (2 reviews)
|100623bite - Boggs|
wedding at Disneyland and diggin' up Bobby and going to the beach
Keywords: chess; beach; spew; oil; Halliburton; TransOcean; pray
|Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton, late chief justice of the province of Nova Scotia [microform] - Hill, George W. (George William), 1824-1906|
Contains Sir Brenton Halliburton's Observations on the importance of the North American colonies to Great Britain; and Critical state of the Bull family
Keywords: Halliburton, Brenton, Sir, 1773-1860; Halliburton, Brenton, Sir, 1775-1860; Judges; Juges
|Get Tested: Halliburton provided contaminated water to Soldiers|
bravenewfilms - October 09, 2006 - http://iraqforsale.org/ Extended bonus scene from the new documentary 'Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers' Ben Carter, a former Halliburton/KBR water purification specialist, discusses discovering Halliburton was providing dangerously contaminated water to troops, and the serious long-term implications.
Keywords: iraqforsale; war; profiteering; halliburton; kbr; water; contamination; purification; illness; disease
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, January 08, 2004|
US weapons inspectors are being pulled out of Iraq.One think tank issues a report showing there never were any weapons to find.David Gruen in D.C. reports. Today the Center for Public Integrity released a new book looking at all the Presidential candidates' financial interests.As Mitch Jeserich reports from D.C., at least one democratic candidate is linked to corporations vying for Homeland Security contracts...
Keywords: biological weapons; bush; elections; halliburton; iraq; kellogg; military; pentagon
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, January 23, 2004|
Evidence of Halliburton Kick-backs New allegations of corruption are being leveled against Halliburton regarding U.S. taxpayer-funded projects in Iraq. From KPFT in Houston, Renee Feltz reports. CA Grocery Workers Strike Los Angeles area Girl Scouts say they will avoid selling cookies outside Ralph?s, Albertson?s, and Vons supermarkets.A San Fernando Valley scout?s official said the girls should be kept away from having to answer questions about the 3 month long strike of grocery workers...
Keywords: NSA; argentina; california; capitalism; halliburton; india; iraq; military; scotus; torture
|Prison Planet Radio - Episode 26 - Alex Jones|
Alex is joined by author and Prison Planet.com editor Paul Joseph Watson to discuss Halliburton gulags for American citizens, the havoc wreaked by brainwashing public education and the intentional geopolitical plan for Iraq to descend into civil war.
Keywords: prison; planet; alex; jones; watson; halliburton; gulag; iraq; civil; war
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, March 15, 2004|
DN! Exclusive from Jamaica As we reported in the headlines, Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide has arrived in Jamaica. Joining us now is Democracy Now?s Amy Goodman who was one of only two journalists to travel with President Aristide from the Central African Republic to Jamaica. Socialists Win Spanish Election: A Turn to the Left? Spain has a new Prime Minister. Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero, leader of the victorious Socialist Party that swept to power over the weekend, accepted victory by c...
Keywords: bush; california; elections; halliburton; iraq; kurds; medicare; military; oil
|Halliburton lies about 'Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers'|
http://iraqforsale.org/ Melissa Norcross, spokesperson for Halliburton, lied about 'Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers' to the Washington Post.
Keywords: halliburton; iraq for sale; brave new films; robert greenwald
|Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton, late Chief Justice of the Province of Nova Scotia - Hill, George W. (George William), 1824-1906|
Keywords: Halliburton, Brenton, 1775-1860; Nova Scotia -- Politics and government
|Be Logical Ep 21 - BP Negligence Or Gross Negligence - Autif Kamal|
Autif Kamal talks about how a New Orleans Federal court tries to determine how much blame to assign to British Petroleum, Transocean, and Halliburton. He speculates on the meaning of "gross negligence" and whether BP can be charged of it. Sources: http://goo.gl/UZH55 (Associated Press, Michael Kunzelman) http://goo.gl/SKcbB (USLegal.com) http://goo.gl/nES1B (The Guardian, Dominic Rushe) http://goo.gl/HHU8P (Oil Price.net) http://goo.gl/VNxst (ABC News, Pierre Thomas, Lisa A...
Keywords: BP; Deepwater Horizon; Gulf Oil Spill; Transocean; Halliburton
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 18, 2005|
Another newly appointed Iraqi official was assassinated today in Iraq.The Interior Ministry?s Brigadier General Ibrahim Khamas was shot dead by four gunmen as he rode through Baghdad.Iraqi officials say they will increase security around government leaders. Palestinian elections in the Gaza Strip may be tossed out for noted irregularities.Manar Jibreen reports from the International Middle East Media Center...
Keywords: UN; brazil; bush; elections; environment; halliburton; hamas; iraq; mexico; palestine; privacy; protest; rebellion; rights; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 05, 2003|
Latest on Episcopal Bishop - Ann Alquist Anniversary of Hiroshima Bombing - Myles Ashdown WMD in Anniston, Alabama Palestinian Activists Arrested - Mohammed Ghalayini Immigrant Workers Freedom Rights - Jackson Allers Indonesia's Anti-Terrorism Force (3:35) A car bomb went off today at the Marriott Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia during a busy lunchtime hour, killing more than a dozen. While details remain sketchy, Jarkata?s governor has said the case is ?clearly terrorism?, and many fear the Indones...
Keywords: NATO; afghanistan; bush; cheney; elections; halliburton; iraq; military; palestine; rights; riots; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 05, 2004|
Protests at the Gates of Abu Ghraib Prison(4:36) You?re listening to sound of protesters today at the gates of Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. The protest come as Iraq's US appointed Human Rights minister resigned in protest over the abuses of Iraqi detainees by US soldiers and prison guards. Abdul-Basat al-Turki told al-Jazeera that he had complained in December about human rights violations by Americans to the top US administrator Paul Bremer...
Keywords: NATO; adulthood; democratic party; detainees; elections; halliburton; immigration; india; iraq; mexico; military; protest; rights; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, July 30, 2002|
Corporate Accountability Law on the Books(3:55) In a ceremony involving members of congress, the Justice Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the new so called financial crimes "swat team," President Bush today signed legislation to restore investor confidence in American corporations. The new corporate accountability package increases the penalties for securites fraud.Vice President Cheney's old company Halliburton is under investigation for securities fraud, allegedly perpet...
Keywords: NATO; bush; cheney; courage; environment; halliburton; iraq; islam; israel; military; palestine; saddam hussein; suicide
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, April 04, 2003|
Civilians in the South of Baghdad (1:53) After bloody fighting, the United States declared the southern Iraqi city of Nasariyah, to be "in its control" and "liberated,". The Independent reported today that Iraq?s largest city is anything but safe for its Iraqi inhabitants. According to the Independent, gangs of looters have full run of the city creating an environment of lawlessness unchecked by US or UK forces...
Keywords: cheney; death penalty; environment; halliburton; iraq; israel; oil; riots; russia; saddam hussein; scotus; turkey; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 31, 2004|
French diplomats are trying to persuade kidnappers in Iraq to release two French journalists even though Islamic and political leaders in France insist on keeping the ban on wearing religious headscarves in public schools ? the kidnapper?s demand for their release. Tony Cross reports from Paris. Violating official British government policy, nuclear waste from overseas power stations has been sealed in concrete and buried in several miles of trenches in Britain...
Keywords: NATO; NSA; bush; california; elections; france; halliburton; iraq; islam; privacy; protest
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, January 09, 2003|
US Citizens in Battle Can be Detained Legally(2:40) The United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that President Bush can detain a US citizen captured in battle indefinitely without a lawyer. The decision marks a major legal victory for the Bush administration. Gareth Schweitzer reports from Washington. Venezuelans Organize To Keep Children in School(4:55) Despite many spontaneous protests and community meetings over the past 24 hours around Caracas, Venezuela to demand that ...
Keywords: UN; bush; cheney; halliburton; iraq; islam; kellogg; military; oil; turkey; washington
|Harvard Researchers Adopt David Duke's View of Iraq War - Dr David Duke|
David Duke radio broadcast for 03-18-2006 David Duke radio archive for 2006: http://www.archive.org/details/DavidDukeRadioArchive2006168Broadcasts
Keywords: david duke; walt; mersheimer; iraq war; oil; jew; israel; zionism; halliburton
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, July 15, 2002|
CEO?s the Winners in Corporate Crime Scandals High-level corporate crime continues to be exposed. Newsweek today published an extensive interview with current Halliburton CEO David Lessar on the vice president's role in the controversy at the oil services company. Lessar defended the firm's bookkeeping and said that former CEO Dick Cheney was aware of the firm's accounting methods. Meanwhile, The San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday that Larry Thompson, the man President Bush tapped to lead...
Keywords: 9-11; NSA; bush; california; capitalism; cheney; detainees; elections; halliburton; immigration; islam; israel; mexico; oil; palestine
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, February 03, 2004|
Independent Investigation Into Prewar Intelligence?(4:08) Following President Bush's lead, British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for an independent inquiry to investigate the quality of British intelligence over the dubious claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction before last year's invasion.Reversing his opposition, Blair says the investigation will focus on whether the prewar information was accurate.Liberal Democrats in Parliament are calling the investigation incomplete because...
Keywords: NATO; bush; democratic party; elections; halliburton; india; iraq; john kerry; kellogg; military; oil; protest; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 02, 2004|
Nigeria Boots Halliburton Halliburton is barred from doing business in Nigeria until the investigation of alleged bribery is over, per order of the legislature. Sam Olukoya reports from Lagos. Legal Challenge to New Mexico Voting Law Today, a recently enacted voting law in New Mexico is being challenged as discriminatory in court. Elaine Baumgartel with KUNM reports. UN Criticizes Sudan A United Nations envoy says Sudan has failed to meet key Security Council demands aimed at curbing violence in...
Keywords: NATO; UN; afghanistan; bush; cheney; halliburton; iraq; mexico; military; nigeria; russia
|Infowars Nightly News with Alex Jones - Tuesday December 6 2011|
Nightly News Pre-Show: Infowars.com has received a document originating from Halliburton subsidiary KBR that provides details on a push to outfit FEMA and U.S. Army camps around the United States. Entitled Project Overview and Anticipated Project Requirements, the document describes services KBR is looking to farm out to subcontractors. The document was passed on to us by a state government employee who wishes to remain anonymous for obvious reasons...
Keywords: Alex Jones; Infowars Nightly News; Infowars Special Reports; Prison Planet TV; FEMA; Army; camps; Halliburton; KBR
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, March 18, 2004|
Medicaid Scandal: $23 Billion Cut Accounting scandals across the nation rock the health industry, resulting in a proposed $23 billion dollar cut in Medicaid funding.Karen Mitchell explains from Capitol Hill. Aftermath of Spain Bombings The people and politics of Spain are still in flux days after the train bombings and power shifting elections.David Oancia reports from Madrid. Aristide Supporters Excluded from New Government Haiti?s newly appointed leaders installed a new government, avoiding me...
Keywords: NATO; UN; bush; california; cheney; elections; halliburton; iraq; lebanon; medicaid; military; nigeria; riots; rumsfeld; scotus
|Mother Jones Radio: 06-01-22: An "Economic Hit Man" Speaks Out - Mother Jones Radio|
John Perkins describes himself as an economic hit man. For years, his job was to convince developing nations to take large loans for development projects, and then guarantee the projects would go to U.S. corporations like Halliburton. He exposes the "highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars" via "fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder." Plus, after 35 years as Nebraska's only black state legislator, Er...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; halliburton; rigged elections; John Perkins; economic hit man
|the halliburton Curtain - EcoTV|
EcoTV Presents: Democracy Catalyst performing the Halliburton Curtain at the World Can’t Wait ‘Til 2008 to Drive Out the Bush Regime protest in Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon on November 2, 2005.
Keywords: EcoTV, Democracty Catalyst, Halliburton, Curtain, Halliburtan Curtain, Bush Bash, Truth, War, Iran, Afghanistan, rhyme, spoken word
|Fallujah the hidden massacre VOSTFR|
ATTENTION ! certaines images sont TRES CHOQUANTES. Le massacre de la population de la ville de Fallujah en 2005 au phosphore blanc par les troupes amÃ©ricaines, sans commentaires.
Keywords: irak; usa; guerre; terrorisme; invasion; crime; bush; cheney; rumsfeld; illuminati; nwo; halliburton; dollar; petrole
|Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton, late Chief Justice of the Province of Nova Scotia - Hill, George W. (George William), 1824-1906|
Keywords: Halliburton, Brenton, 1775-1860; Nova Scotia -- Politics and government; Great Britain -- Colonies Administration
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, February 24, 2004|
Bush Pushes for Constitutional Amend Banning Gay Marriage Today, President George W. Bush is formally encouraging Congress to move forward on a constitutional amendment that would define marriage in the United States as being between one man and one woman. Bush said the issuance of marriage licenses to same gendered couples in San Francisco and the Massachusetts?s court decision to allow the same in that state are issues of national priority...
Keywords: EU; al-qaeda; bush; california; elections; halliburton; india; individuality; iran; iraq; kurds; palestine; pentagon; riots; scotus; turkey; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, August 19, 2004|
The Iranian Defense Minister said his nation would consider a pre-emptive strike to protect their nuclear facilities. Talking in Farsi through an Arabic translator with Al-Jazeera, Minister Ali Shamkhani said some military commanders in Iran have said that preventative measures discussed by U.S. officials are not an American monopoly. Iranian officials insist their nuclear facilities are strictly for creating energy and will consider any strike against them an attack on the whole nation...
Keywords: 9-11; democratic party; elections; halliburton; immigration; iran; iraq; israel; medicaid; military; nigeria; nuclear power; nuclear weapons; pentagon; rights
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, July 28, 2005|
The Irish Republican Army announced that they will give up its armedcampaign and enter the political arena.The organization fought Britishrule over Northern Ireland. Abattle that has lasted for 30 years.Theysaid they will work through democratic and peaceful means. Muslim groups in the United States and Canada issued a Fatwah todaycondemning violence. Jake Connelly has the story from Washington, D.C...
Keywords: bush; china; elections; environment; halliburton; india; iran; iraq; islam; japan; korea; mexico; military; nigeria; nuclear power; rights; riots; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, December 09, 2004|
CIA Agent Sues Feds A CIA agent is suing the federal government saying he was targeted for retaliation after refusing to write disinformation about Iraq?s weapons program. Victoria Hood reports from D.C. Same-sex Marriage in Canada Same-sex marriage in Canada is one step closer to full legal recognition nationwide. From CKLN, Kristin Schwartz has more. Hashing Out Kyoto Protocol Global environmentalists and leaders of industry are stating their case to international leaders in the lead up to the...
Keywords: EU; afghanistan; argentina; brazil; detainees; disease; elections; environment; federal government; halliburton; india; iraq; islam; japan; kellogg; mexico; military; pakistan; pentagon
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, June 01, 2004|
Today a federal judge agreed with Planned Parenthood and ruled that a ban on a certain type of abortion is unconstitutional. The federal government argued in court that the procedure they call ?partial birth abortion? ?blurs the line of abortion and infanticide.? But, the judge ruled any infringement on a woman?s right to choose is illegal. The attorney for Planned Parenthood said the government has no right to intrude on private and sensitive medical decisions...
Keywords: EU; bush; cheney; democratic party; elections; federal government; halliburton; iran; iraq; islam; john kerry; mexico; oil; pakistan; pentagon; protest; scotus
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, November 06, 2003|
Bush on Middle East Governance Today President Bush subtlety threatened Middle Eastern states that refused to adopt US-style governments.He said that poverty and lack of women?s rights in those nations is a result of failed economic and political policies. LA Times Says No Resistance Fighters in Iraq The Los Angeles Times assistant managing editor sent out a memo instructing the staff to stop using the words ?resistance fighters? when writing about the people who are fighting against the U.S...
Keywords: EU; NATO; UN; afghanistan; bush; california; democratic party; elections; epidemic; halliburton; iraq; military; palestine; protest; rights; riots; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, October 16, 2003|
Halliburton is overcharging the U.S. government for gasoline in Iraq, according to two U.S. Congressmen. Jassamy Norton Ford explains from D.C. US Ambassador to the United Nations John Negroponte wielded the Security Council?s Presidential gavel today as the Council unanimously passed the Iraqi resolution. Critics of the resolution say it means little to the real lives of Iraqis, as it supplies no troops or commitment of dollars from any other nation, nor a timetable for Iraqi self-rule...
Keywords: UN; al-qaeda; algeria; bush; california; detainees; halliburton; immigration; india; iraq; islam; military; nigeria; oil; palestine; protest; riots; scotus
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, March 03, 2005|
US Senate Keeps Canadian Beef Out The U.S. Senate has passed legislation that would prevent Canadian beef from entering the United States.By a slim margin, the Senate will overrule the US Food and Drug Administration?s plan to reopen the border to beef on Monday March 7th.Due to fears of passing along mad cow disease, Canadian beef has been kept out of the United States for two years. Canadian officials blame the ban on the heavily funded and protectionist US beef industry...
Keywords: EU; NATO; bush; california; democratic party; detainees; disease; halliburton; iraq; military; oil; protest; rights; south africa; suicide; unions; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, December 12, 2003|
Hirosima Survivors Petition Smithsonian Today the Japan Confederation of A and H Bomb Sufferers Organization handed in petitions to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum over a new display they say covers the real consequences of the atomic bomb the United States dropped on Hiroshima.Keiko Ogura is the Director of Hiroshima Interpreters for Peace.She was eight years old and living in Hiroshima when Enola Gay dropped the bomb...
Keywords: bush; california; halliburton; india; iraq; islam; israel; japan; mexico; military; nuclear weapons; pakistan; palestine; pentagon; protest; rights; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, June 20, 2005|
Opposition leader and anti-Syrian Saad al-Hariri claimed victory Monday in Lebanon's elections, beating pro-Syrian Christian former minister Suleiman Franjieh. The anti-Syrian party also won parliament, which breaks Syria's hold over the country. The campaign of Hariri was built on the popular energy of the demonstrations that took place after his father Hariri's assassination over Syrian troop presence and with hopes of changing Lebanon's political system...
Keywords: EU; NATO; UN; bush; california; elections; ethnic; global warming; halliburton; iran; iraq; israel; lebanon; palestine; pentagon; riots
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, August 12, 2004|
The California Supreme Court has ruled that San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom exceeded his authority when he ordered the City to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kellia Ramares reports from Oakland. Federal negotiators are reportedly working with the legal representative of Yassar Hamdi to possibly release the U.S. citizen that the Supreme Court ruled must be tried on U.S. soil rather than in a military tribunal...
Keywords: NATO; bush; california; democratic party; environment; halliburton; iraq; john kerry; military; oil; pentagon; rebellion; rights; scotus; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, January 15, 2004|
Moseley-Braun Drops Out Today, the only woman in the race for President of the United States dropped out.Carol Moseley-Braun, one of two African-Americans running announced that she would throw her support behind the current Democratic frontrunner Howard Dean. Moseley-Braun is the first black woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate and then became ambassador to New Zealand.Her endorsement may mean little for Dean in Iowa?s Monday night contest where she has little support.However, Dean?s mostly y...
Keywords: EU; WTO; attorney general; bill clinton; birthday; bush; campaign finance; disease; halliburton; india; iraq; islam; nigeria; pentagon; suicide; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, June 27, 2005|
In numerous supreme court rulings today, one decision ruled that an appeals court should not have re-opened a death penalty case for a Tennessee man. The majority ruling said the appeals court infringed on the states rights to open the case which has already been heard by the appeals court and the Supreme Court. [AS] part of the dissenting argument, Justice Stephen Breyer said that the majority decision sends a message to lower courts that they are not to intervene where justice went wrong...
Keywords: death penalty; detainees; elections; halliburton; iran; iraq; israel; mexico; military; palestine; rights; scotus; south africa; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, January 06, 2004|
European and African airlines are critical of U.S. officials? demands to put armed marshals on planes.Today, some airlines, most vocal from South Africa, Portugal, Denmark and Sweden stated it would be better to keep the planes out of the air.Yet, England?s airline pilots union agreed to a modified version of the controversial plan today.The deal promises British pilots will be told when marshals are on board and that the captain will remain in charge at all times...
Keywords: EU; NSA; elections; federal government; halliburton; immigration; india; iraq; islam; israel; mexico; military; pakistan; pentagon; south africa; turkey; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 17, 2004|
Calling the policy a backdoor draft, lawyers for an unnamed California Army Reservist is suing the government?s so called ?stop loss? plan. The decorated combat veteran referred to as ?John Doe? in the legal papers is challenging the program that requires reservists to remain in the military beyond their terms of enlistment and be prepared to take part in the occupation of Iraq. His attorney?s say this is the first case challenging the Bush administration policy...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; california; federal government; halliburton; india; iraq; mexico; military; missile defense; nuclear weapons; pentagon; scotus; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 19, 2004|
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR COURT MARTIALED While courts-martial proceedings were held in Baghdad today in the Abu Graib prisoner abuse scandal ? another court-martial began at Fort Stewart, Georgia.The attorney for the US Staff Sergeant charged with desertion asked the military judge to dismiss the charges because the infantryman is a citizen of Costa Rica. Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia says he decided to seek conscientious objector status after an incident in which his unit was ambushed and civilians wer...
Keywords: 9-11; birthday; bush; california; democratic party; detainees; halliburton; india; iraq; islam; israel; military; oil; palestine; rights; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, February 04, 2005|
NYS Court Rules on Same-Sex Marriage A New York State court ruled this morning that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry under state law. Justice Doris Ling-Cohan wrote, ?Plaintiffs may now seek?a civil union.? But, she stayed the ruling for 30-days in case of an appeal. Halliburton Subsidiary Gets a Pass on Bad Billing Houston-based Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown and Root will get to keep the full payment amounts for its work in Iraq, even though Pentagon auditors are dis...
Keywords: afghanistan; attorney general; bush; elections; environment; ethnic; halliburton; iraq; israel; kellogg; kurds; military; nuclear weapons; palestine; pentagon; torture; turkey; wtc
|Wildlife Retribution - Cal Jennings|
A poem about the continuing Deepwater Horizon incident which an Engineering professor, Steve Wereley, has testified in Congress that the flow is roughly 95,000 barrels per day. That would be 3,990,000 gallons or 15,103,793.025 liters a day. Revelation 8:8-9 (New International Version) The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of t...
Keywords: oil spill; bp; deepwater; horizon; discussion; commentary; cal-el; cal jennings; space eagle; spirituality; halliburton; transocean; poetry
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, August 28, 2003|
Jesse Jackson with Striking Yale Workers - Melinda Tuhus Bush Won't Give Raises - John Hamilton Shell Workers on Strike in Nigeria - Sam Olokoye India Confirms Pesticides in Coke and Pepsi - Vinod K. Jose Halliburton Contracts Spent on Military Not Iraqis(3:52) The Washington Post gained the attention of the nation today with a front page story showing that Halliburton, the company formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, has been awarded over 1.7 billion dollars under the Pentagon?s Opera...
Keywords: NATO; attorney general; bush; cheney; death penalty; halliburton; hamas; india; iraq; islam; israel; military; nigeria; palestine; pentagon; riots; washington
|(HAL, CRWE, TBAC) CRWENewswire Stocks to Watch|
On its second quarter 2012, Tandy Brands Accessories Inc - TBAC - posted net income of $2.7M, compared to net income of $0.7 million in the same period the prior year. Halliburton Company - HAL - and PETRONAS Carigali have signed a Framework Agreement for the evaluation and development of global shale resources. Crown Tele Services, a subsidiary of Crown Equity Holdings Inc - CRWE - is a leading provider of affordable, world class VoIP communications solutions, with a network utilizing fast fibe...
Keywords: PETRONAS Carigali; Crown Equity Holdings; CRWE; HAL; Halliburton; Nasdaq:TBAC; nyse:hal; otc:crwe; Tandy Brands; TBAC